According to Matt, this is our BEST EPISODE EVER! That may or may not be true, but it’s definitely one of our drunkest episodes ever as we try our best to talk about
Matt gets things rolling by pre-gaming at a Christmas work party and then bringing with him a giant bottle of wine and two teeny little bottles of Jack!
Leopardactyl shows up!
Next week: We celebrate another year of Schlock greatness by making our selections in best and worst categories for THE FIFTH ANNUAL SCHLOCKIES AWARDSIES!!!
We’ve all had crushes on cartoon characters at one point in our lives. But most of us don’t decide to make a movie about actually having sex with those characters. Then again, most of us aren’t Ralph Bakshi, the man whose mitts were all over the movie we’re discussing today…
Matt is his usual, normal, everyday self!
Kirk is confused that the Noids in this movie aren’t constantly trying to destroy pizzas!
And special guest Abby Denson shares what it is like to have two husbands: a real one and a cartoon one!
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Next week: Explore the deep animalistic recesses of the human psyche with us while a cute little monkey goes on a killing spree in the movie Monkey Shines!
Nothing can stop us from bringing you our discussion of this week’s insanely good/bad movie. Not the extra-long mailbag segment, not the phone interruption, not the painter interruption, NOTHING! And oh, how lucky you are, because this week we bring you…
Kirk regails us with a pointless story of a dumb thing he did in his youth!
Matt reveals an unfortunate side project taken on by The Who’s Pete Townshend!
Doug (and Kirk) “get fooled again” by Gene Simmons’ mastery of disguise!
There can be only one. Wait, two. No, three! How many of these Highlander movies can they make? Who knows? But on today’s episode we are talking about just one of them, which is called…
Doug talks about polyps!
Next week: Explore the most outeriest of spaces with us as we explore the sci-fi kids’ movie Explorers!
Good news for people who like the idea of fusing humans with animals in one fashion or another! In today’s episode we are talking about two classic TV episodes that do just that, as we discuss…
Kirk teaches us how violence can be used to help one prepare to record a podcast!
Matt uses the science of cartoons to teach us how thermometers work!
Doug teaches us the importance of letting your emotions out to avoid catastrophe!
Next week: We venture into cartoon territory of SUMMER RERUNS as we cover The Karate Kid (season 1: episode 6 “All the World His Stage”) and G.I. Joe (season 1: episode 61 “Cold Slither”)!